Open-mic night hosted by Romy Summers with Bob Stuckey (piano), Cheryl Alleyne (drums) and Jerome Davies (bass).
NB – if you would like to sing please arrive at 7.00pm and speak to Romy. Bring music in your key for each of the trio if possible.
Klaud is an avid fan of jazz and formed a band at university called 'Klaud Anthony Trio'. Since performing at the V@V, Klaud has also had the opportunity of singing at Ronnie Scotts.
Taking inspiration from the songs of Anthony Newley, Stephen's ambition is to record an album of his songs.
Established In North London for over 20 years, the club is a beacon for contemporary jazz in the capital.
With seven evening performances a week the Vortex programmes cutting-edge jazz alongside contemporary folk and world music.
While it places a strong emphasis on, and provides support for, young local talent, it also regularly features leading world-class artists, both from the UK and overseas – for example – from the UK, Stan Tracey, Tony Kofi, Evan Parker, Sir John Dankworth and Dame Cleo Laine, Mercury Music Prize Nominated Polar Bear and Zoe Rahmann, John Taylor and Gwilym Simcock and award-winning saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock.
From abroad, the club has connections with New York downtown scene musicians such as Tim Berne and Claudia Quintet, as well as European groups such as [em], radio.string.quartet, Lotte Anker and Wolfgang Muthspiel.
There is something to appeal to all musical tastes: straightahead, big-band, contemporary, piano trio, vocal, free-improv, world-music, Gypsy/East European and folk-orientated...
The Vortex Jazz Club is housed in the Dalston Culture House, a striking new landmark building designed by Hackney architects Hawkins Brown. Full programme details can be found on our website - see below.
Private hire for 10 to 100 people is available for parties, corporate functions, meetings, rehearsals and concerts during the daytime, evening or both by arrangement. Hire includes use of the PA system and fully licensed bar.
For a quote please 020 7254 4097, or email the address below.
Unit B9 - Bradbury Street - N16 Tel: 020 7254 4097